Elsewhere at Harvard

2020 Sep 30

Faculty Works in Progress: Rachel Love (Classics)

12:00pm to 2:00pm

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Zoom

In Short, the Republic: Florus and the (Re)Written Republic

This paper explores the legacy of ab urbe condita historiography under the Principate. Beginning with Fabius Pictor, historiography was born in Rome as a practice that sought to record the entire timeline of Roman history, yet this traditional mode of writing found both apex and end in Livy. After the Ab Urbe Condita, imperial Latin writers turned to abbreviated formats (i.e. epitomes) to write histories that attempted to record the full Roman timeline. Using Florus’ Epitome as a case study, the paper...

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2021 Apr 15

Dror Wahrman (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), "The Prince, the Jeweler and the Mogul: The Paradoxes on an Early Modern Object".

4:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
Dror Wahrman (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), The Prince, the Jeweler and the Mogul: The Paradoxes on an Early Modern Object". Sponsored by the Early Modern History Workshop. Please register here: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApcuqspzwpGtKqc-gQcsVjIny7xJSIUArV Read more about Dror Wahrman (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), "The Prince, the Jeweler and the Mogul: The Paradoxes on an Early Modern Object".
2021 Apr 07

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Paulina Alberto

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Paulina Alberto. “Black Legend: “El Negro” Raúl Grigera and Racial Storytelling in Modern Argentina” (forthcoming manuscript), with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event. Read more about Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Paulina Alberto
2021 Mar 24

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Adriana Chira

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Adriana Chira, “Peripheral Freedoms: Afro-Descendant Cubans, Law, and Racial Identity, 1791-1868 (forthcoming manuscript), with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event. Read more about Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Adriana Chira
2021 Mar 10

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Yuko Miki

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Yuko Miki, Frontiers of Citizenship: A Black and Indigenous History of Postocolonial Brazil. New York: Cambridge University Press,  2018, with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event. Read more about Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Yuko Miki
2021 Mar 04

(Early Modern Workshop) Tense Futures: Shakespeare's Macbeth and Gwinne's Tres Sibyllae

4:00pm

Location: 

Zoom (RSVP Required)

 

Daniel Blank (Harvard Society of Fellows), "Tense Futures: Shakespeare's Macbeth and Gwinne's Tres Sibyllae". Co-sponsored by the Renaissance Colloquium, Dept of English, and the Early Modern History Workshop. Please register here:

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2021 Feb 24

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Jeffrey Alan Erbig Jr.

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Jeffrey Alan Erbig, Jr. Where Caciques and Mapmakers Met. Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 2020, with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event. Read more about Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Jeffrey Alan Erbig Jr.
2021 Feb 10

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with José Carlos de la Puente Luna

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of José Carlos de la Puente Luna. Andean Cosmopolitans. Seeking Justice and Reward at the Spanish Royal court. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2018, with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event. Read more about Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with José Carlos de la Puente Luna
2021 Jan 27

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Byron Ellsworth Hamann

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)

The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Byron Ellsworth Hamann. Bad Christians, New Spains. Muslims, Catholics, and Native Americans in a Mediterratlantic World. London and New York: Routledge, 2020, with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event.

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2020 Nov 04

Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America, with Larissa Brewer García

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Zoom (RSVP Required)
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Larissa Brewer García. Beyond Babel: Translations of Blackness in Colonial Peru and New Granada. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020, with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event.

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